I have had the pleasure of living my entire life in a family of Christians. My children had many nonbelieving friends while growing up. As they individually reached out to their circle of friends, some saw the light and became believers, but not all accepted Jesus as their Savior. Others would tell one of my four children that they became Christians after watching how he or she had grown into adulthood committed to follow Christ. As a family, we would have discussions about the rapture because of Scripture or even books we read. Our concern was for our friends and relatives who never made a commitment to love the Lord. Our conversations left us wondering if (after the rapture) they would remember our talks and seek an answer, or would they just give up""believing it was too late?
The Remnant of Truth Seekers "" Living God's Final Prophecies is a realistic, different, and definitely unique scenario of what might possibly occur after the rapture. Characters and locations develop as the story gains momentum. Readers will be drawn into the lives of these people as they watch them struggle and work through seven years of prophetic, biblical discovery. As truths are uncovered, they must be applied to their lives. Survival depends on community living much like the book of Acts. Life is now totally relevant to what the prophets in the Old Testament, and the apostles of the New Testament, penned for mankind. Life for the remnant parallels much of what is found in Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, and Revelation, as well as the unfulfilled prophecies in the New Testament. The end of their saga does not come at Armageddon, but when God Almighty is reigning on and in His new heaven and new earth. The Holy Bible will always define "real life" for anyone who is interested in knowing the truth!